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Rhythm Romance (1939)
Starring Bob Hope and Shirley Ross

Beautiful print and will play in all DVD players.
Rhythm Romance is the television title for the 1939 Bob Hope comedy Some Like It Hot (the change was made to avoid confusion with the 1959 Billy Wilder film of the same name). Hope plays a penny-ante carnival concessionaire with both eyes on the Main Chance. Exploiting the musical talents of his girl friend (Shirley Ross), Hope tries to bankroll a big-time stage show. The prospect of riches goes to Hope's head and loses him his girl, but the two are reunited before the film's 64 minutes run out. This minor Bob Hope/Shirley Ross vehicle was first filmed in 1934 as Shoot the Works, which in turn was based on The Great Magoo, a Broadway flop written by Ben Hecht.
Director: George Archainbaud

Writers: Ben Hecht (play), Gene Fowler (play), Lewis R. Foster, Wilkie C. Mahoney

Stars: Bob Hope, Shirley Ross, Una Merkel, Gene Krupa, Rufe Davis, Bernard Nedell
Songs include:

The Lady's in Love with You
Music by Burton Lane
Lyrics by Frank Loesser
Sung by Bob Hope and Shirley Ross
Also sung by Shirley Ross, with Gene Krupa and His Band

Some Like It Hot
Written by Gene Krupa, Remo Biondi and Frank Loesser
Sung by Shirley Ross, with Gene Krupa and His Band

Heart and Soul
Music by Hoagy Carmichael
Played when Gene and Nicky are discussing the Living Corpse
Also played before Hanratty offers Lily the ring

Blue Rhythm Fantasy
Written by Gene Krupa
Performed by Gene Krupa and His Band

Filming locations included Ocean Park Pier in Santa Monica.
The film was released the year before Road to Singapore converted theatre and radio star Hope into a huge movie box office draw. Legendary cinematographer Karl Struss filmed the movie.
In the opening credits, the credit "Gene Krupa and his Orchestra" actually comes before the title, but the orchestra is not listed with the cast. Although Gene Krupa had appeared in several movies when he played with Benny Goodman, this was his first acting role.
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